Ahh, the days I used to keep graphic card spending to sub-£350... So I'm starting to find 980Ti SLI is just struggling a little at 4K - most games run pretty well but rarely do I max out at 60fps consistently (even with AA off) and I'm also finding in texture-heavy games like ROTTR as VRAM fills up my 6GB (if only it was pooled to 12), performance starts to degrade. Watch Dogs 2 doesn't get close to 60 - at 4K I'm looking at literally 2fps on this setup. So I am considering an upgrade but with all the compatibility issues of SLI I am wary of going SLI again - but when it does work well it is frankly glorious. Support for SLI is mixed - Ubi is good for it, as are EA, but many Steam games like Mafia 3, Quantum Break and MS' own Gears of War are not SLI which renders you a £550 paperweight and the inability to have 60fps. Frustrating. Meanwhile there's the Titan X Pascal - basically the same cost as 1080SLI but with 4GB more VRAM and a guarantee of consistent performance in all games - but always inferior to working 1080SLI. With the pros and cons, what would you guys go with with that choice?